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Art News – Amy Marsh Art Teacher

Parents and Guardians; Please visit my shutterfly site for updates and creations in Ms. Marsh’s Art Studio! More to Come!

https://msmarshartstudio.shutterfly.com/

2016-2017 Art Activites and Clubs: 

Hey Red Hawk Ridge Artists!  It is time to start Ms. Marsh's Art Clubs.  We will begin with a Set Design Club for grades 3-5.  I will be facilitating 2 other clubs later this year. The second will be a Pokemon Drawing Club for all ages and the third a Duct Tape Art Club for all ages.  Watch for permission slips coming home!  There is no cost to participate in Art Club.  For our first club we will be creating sets and props for the Winter Music Program.  In our second club we will learn to draw Pokemon!  In our Duct Tape Art Club we will create crafts from multicolored Duct Tape.  I look forward to working with our artists.  Please let me know if there is any time you would like to visit or help out.

 
First Session:
Who:  Wonderful Red Hawk Ridge Artists grades 3 - 5
What:  Set Design Creating sets and props for the Winter Music Program
When:  Starting September 6, 2016 through October 11, 2016

Tuesdays            8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.    
Where: The Art Studio Room 209
How:  There will be 10 students in this session. 

*I have sent the forms home with your students in Thursday folders.

Second Session:
Who:  Wonderful Red Hawk Ridge Artists grades 1 - 5
What:  Draw Pokemon! We will be learning sketching techniques to draw your favorite Pokemon.
When:  Starting November 1, 2016 through December 6, 2016

Tuesdays            8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.    
Where: The Art Studio Room 209
How:  There will be 20 students in this session. 

I will send the forms home with your students in Thursday folders.

Third Session:
Who:  Wonderful Red Hawk Ridge Artists grades 3 - 5
What:  Duct Tape Creations Creating crafts out of colorful Duct Tape.
When:  Starting February 7, 2017 through March 21, 2017

Tuesdays            8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.    
Where: The Art Studio Room 209
How:  There will be 10 students in this session.  

I will send the forms home with your students in Thursday folders.
(I will randomly choose students from returned permission slips and let you know by phone if you are in)

Students will meet Ms. Marsh in the Art Studio and go to class immediately after club or breakfast. 

Please feel free to contact me with any questions!  amarsh6@cherrycreekschools.org
 

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